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Help with understanding file structure please?

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X2' started by Wongway, Jun 18, 2011.

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    I'm confused...

    I upgraded to a DX2 from the original Droid (surprisingly, I like the old Droid's screen better than the new one's...)

    Anyways, I took the 16GB SD card from the Droid and just popped it into the DX2. Now I find that the card is split into different partitions with similar file structures on two partitions.

    The computer reads one directory as D:\MOT, and reads all the information on the OG Droid as L:\

    What happened here and why?
    And how can I reunify my entire card that's now split into at least two smaller drives?
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    Eh, I think I'm an idiot...
    I believe there's an extra 4gigs built into the phone I didn't realize... thereby making it look to me as if my sd cards got split.
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    Uh, yeah good catch. I just found that out too.
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